Are you on a fad diet? If you’ve ever been lured in to trying the latest diet trend, you’re not alone. For many, it’s hard to separate nutrition facts from fiction, as there’s so much (often arguable) information out there. Because of this, we often rely on the “experts” for the answers. From juice fasts to high protein, people are in constant search of that magic remedy, but as the world of nutrition evolves, it seems humans are going back to the basics, and it looks like the magic lies in whole foods.
The best way to avoid eating junk foods during your lunch break is to come prepared. As I always advise my clients, leftovers can make the best lunches the very next day. However, if you are not into leftovers, how about a fresh and filling salad for packing a healthy lunch ?
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and yes, we are sure it’s not the first time you hear this.
The BeYou nutritionist Mariah reveals that skipping breakfast can set you up for overeating later in the day.
A good breakfast, on the other hand, can give you energy, satisfy your appetite, and set the stage for smart decisions all day long.
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Many of us live with the with the idea that it’s necessary to drink 8 glasses of water a day, in order to stay healthy.
Truth is that there is no real scientific probe for that. Then, why should you drink it? There are several reasons to keep drinking water, all of them related to your health.
In the following lines I’ll you will understand why it’s essential for your body.
A green smoothie in the morning doesn’t only give you a great amount vegetables and fruits. It also gives you vibrant and long-lasting energy for the rest of the day. Try this green beauty that The BeYou Health Coach Teresia shares.
These days there’s a lot of talk about “nutrient dense” foods, but many of us are asking the question “what are they and why should I eat them?” To put it simply, nutrient density means how many nutrients you get from a food, given the number of calories it contains. When we eat “nutrient rich” foods we get concentrated amounts of vitamins, minerals, fiber, essential fatty acids and phytonutrients, without the added ingredients that increase calories and our waistlines.
Got a sweet tooth? Here are some tips on how to ditch the cravings.
When it comes to sugar cravings, there’s no easy solution as there are both mental and physiological components that come into play, making it that much harder to give up.
For example, the more sugar and refined foods you eat, the more your body craves, and if you’re prone to emotional triggers, this can often set off a junk food frenzy.
Things you can do: Continue reading